Victorian homes abound in the mid-sized city of Prescott, AZ, as do historical homes and other structures of distinct architectural styles. The city boasts 809 buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. At two different points in Arizona history, it was the capital city, finally losing that status in 1889. The 41 square mile city is home to about 40,000 people. Most homes for sale are new or were built after 1980, although lots are available to create a custom-built dream home.

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